The current transition from wireless and copper technologies to fiber optic technology for rural networks is currently funded by the U.S. government. However, for telecom providers to secure that funding, they need access to advanced big data analytics and geographic information system (GIS) mapping skills to pinpoint user locations and design the necessary networks. This presents both a challenge and an opportunity for telecoms, whose primary focus is on networking and improving capabilities.

New report from Wireless 20/20 highlights commercial advantages of multi-carrier small cells for the ‘Middleprise’

Multi-carrier (multi-operator) small cells can reduce the total costs of delivering enhanced in-building coverage by as much as 80% according to new analysis from Wireless 20/20. The whitepaper, commissioned by ip.access, presents compelling evidence of how neutral host, multi-operator small cells can deliver economically viable in-building solutions, unlocking new commercial opportunities in the ‘Middleprise’, which represents a $20bn segment of the global in-building wireless market.

Executive Roundtable: Digitizing our Arenas: Servicing the Needs of High-Traffic Venues

All major sports leagues and teams are driving digitization to enhance the audience experience in major sports stadiums. Several venue owners and mobile carriers have been investing heavily in DAS and fiber network deployments to expand mobile broadband capacity in major sports arenas and stadiums. In the NY area, AT&T is upgrading the DAS infrastructure in Yankee Stadium and both Verizon Wireless and AT&T invested in separate DAS solutions for MetLife Stadium to handle the wireless needs of the fans at Super Bowl XLVIII.

Google has decided to look on, but not touch, when vast amounts of 600MHz spectrum hits the shelves at the next Federal Communications Commission (FCC) run incentive auction, scheduled to kick off on 29 March.

Carrier Wrap looks into 600 MHz auction strategies for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile

The Federal Communications Commission’s highly anticipated 600 MHz incentive auction is soon set to start, with the non-traditional reverse auction proceedings set to begin on March 29, followed by the more traditional forward auction process.

At LTE North America in Dallas this week, a panel featuring Wireless 2020, IBM, Allot Communications and US-based MVNO FreedomPop urged the service provider community to develop more flexible and tailored data bundles for customers.

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